[PATCH] hgrc.5: order of email charsets is not a top level literal block

Christian Ebert blacktrash at gmx.net
Sat Nov 7 07:49:58 CST 2009

Hi Martin,

* Martin Geisler on Saturday, November 07, 2009 at 14:17:15 +0100
> Christian Ebert <blacktrash at gmx.net> writes:
>> # HG changeset patch
>> # User Christian Ebert <blacktrash at gmx.net>
>> # Date 1257598487 -3600
>> # Node ID eebdc092e6550377b212923cfb14e79909465b81
>> # Parent  245689e7f86959cfcd6e9bbdc5db27b5a92a52bc
>> hgrc.5: order of email charsets is not a top level literal block
> Thanks, it's in crew as bae76e97f91a!

À propos: it could be argued that this should not be a literal
block at all but just an enumerated list. In the html version it
looks like code which is slightly misleading. However, if I
remove the double colon before, there's an empty line after each
item in the man format:

              Order of outgoing email character sets:

                 1. us-ascii             always first, regardless of settings

                 2. email.charsets       in order given by user

                 3. ui.fallbackencoding  if not in email.charsets

                 4. $HGENCODING          if not in email.charsets

                 5. utf-8                always last, regardless of settings

which looks a bit bombastic. What do you think? Perhaps there is
a docutils trick to reconcile these alternatives?

\black\trash movie    _C O W B O Y_  _C A N O E_  _C O M A_
                     Ein deutscher Western/A German Western

         --->> http://www.blacktrash.org/underdogma/ccc.php

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